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Please call your federal senators and representatives in the state you live. Texas will do nothing. I watched a report on The World News that these scammers have made over 5 million dollars.
kat666
 Aug 03rd, 2012
I'd like you to say it zero more times. Clearly you have no real interest in accepting advice or making any positive changes in your nuisance call handling. You have no idea how ridiculous you sound on this website with your raging tantrums. You should seriously consider cancelling phone service altogether or simply forward all your inbound calls to someone who actually comprehends how both the call centers and the Internet work.
Resident47
 Jul 07th, 2012
IF THIS MESSAGE COME TO YOU I HAVE SENT MANY TIMES TO YOU NOT TO CALL THIS PHONE OR MY CELL NUMBER I DO NOT HAVE A CREDIT CARD SO QUIT CALLILNG ABOUT ONE DONT CALL DONT CALL DONT CALL DONT CALL DONT CALLL HOW MANY MORE TIMES DO YOU WANT ME TO SAY IT DONT CALL DONT CALL DONT CALL
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TRUDY BOWMAN
 Jul 07th, 2012
Ms. Bowman, the credit reprice scammers will never ''understand this statement''. They don't care what laws they break and they are NOT READING anything you holler here in all caps. You have been told as much three months ago.

253-246-8528) http://whocalled.us/lookup/253-246-8528
Resident47
 Jun 21st, 2012
DO NOT CALL MY NUMBER AGAIN UNDERSTAND THIS STATEMENT DO NOT CALL MY NUMBER AGAIN
TRUDY BOWMAN
 Jun 21st, 2012
Usual message from Cardholder Services, offering to lower the interest rate on my credit cards. I pressed 1 to speak to someone, then asked what I have to do to get them to stop calling. They, of course, hung up on me. Why can't someone make them stop?
MJC
 Jun 05th, 2012
automated message: "Ann from account services with great news... consider this your final notice"... It is credit card reduction scam
asapReps
 Jun 05th, 2012
credit card services - gave the woman fake credit card information, put on hold - got a recording saying something like "you are an idiot, thanks for wasting our time" then the woman came back on the line and said "you're an idiot - call you tomorrow snow flake white b*&@!" Who are these people??!??!?! And how do we make them stop calling?!??!
Keez
 Jun 05th, 2012
If you want information on this scam and the people behind it I recommend checking out this website:
http://onthespotblog.com/the-hunt-for-rachel-at-cardholder-services/

The players we know that are now involved, including names and cities are:
Ambrosia Web Design LLC, Chris Ambrosia, Mesa, Arizona
American Debt Negotiators, Ran David Barnea, Boca Raton, Florida
Associated Accounting Specialists Inc., William R. Page, Port Saint Lucie, Florida
Castle Rock Capital Management, Roy M. Cox, Laguna Niguel, California
Concord Financial Advisors LLC, Lee Cestine, Mesa, Arizona
Financial Services Solutions LLC, CEO Unknown, New York, New York
PHL International, Mark Burton, Deerfield Beach, Florida
Premiere Debt Solutions, CEO Unknown, Orlando, Florida
Red Leaf Capital LLC, Leroy Castine, Mesa, Arizona

I have received more than 150 (I have them documented) calls from these criminals. I have filed more that 50 complaints with the FTC however due to the fact that they hide behind spoofed numbers I doubt that they will ever stop any of them. They ask for up front fees and charge your credit card without performing any services.
Billy Goates
 Jun 05th, 2012
As of 3/9/2012 the called numbers states it is a non-working number
Tony
 Mar 10th, 2012
Probably another credit card company despite the fact that we have been on the do not call list since it's inception.
Julie
 Feb 02nd, 2012
I've been keeping a list of the "unidentified" calls I've been getting over the past three months. I'm wondering what the point is if these people can register to use a false number to show up on "Caller ID". If they can't be traced, what can be done about them. I get at least ONE call a day, and sometimes I get as many as five, and I'm on the "Do Not Call" registry, but I can't report them because they use false numbers.
LDJ
 Dec 03rd, 2010

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